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British Physician Panel Provides COVID Guidance for PARENTS - MUST WATCH

This is for you parents - 4 experts at the top of the fields. More qualifications than Whitty and JVT combined!

Dr Sam Dube

A Carleton University and University of Ottawa alumnus, Sam has a formal education in mathematics, physics, transpersonal psychology and biological sciences, including a doctorate in modern applied mathematics and a medical degree & residency in family & sports medicine. Sam is also a multi-award-winning retired Carleton University faculty member where he excelled at teaching engineering mathematics, is currently a continuing education provider for primary and allied health care professionals, and is also active in the media as a regular bilingual event host, broadcast journalist, and television commentator.

Professor John Fairclough

Qualifications: BMedSci (Nottingham) Physiology 1974 MB, BS, (Nottingham) 1976 FRCS (England) 1981

Positions Held: Professor Sport and Exercise Medicine Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Department Surgeon – Cardiff and Vale NHS TrustPast President of the British Orthopaedic Sports and Trauma Association (BOSTA)

Dr Anthony Hinton

Consultant ENT Surgeon

QualificationsMB ChB, FRCS (Oto), FRCS (ORL) Main NHS base:

St George's University Hospital

Clinical interests:

Otology (hearing, tinnitus, dizziness)

Facial plastic surgery (nose & ear reshaping)

Sinus surgery

Training & background:

Mr Hinton qualified at Birmingham University in 1984 and has been specialised in ENT surgery since 1986. Following a position as Registrar at Manchester Royal Infirmary, he spent time as a Senior Registrar at a number of London Teaching Hospitals including Great Ormond Street, The Royal National Throat, Nose and Ear Hospital and St. George’s Hospital.

Tess Lawrie

Tess (MBBCh, DFSRH, PhD), as director of E-BMC Ltd, is committed to improving the quality of healthcare through rigorous research. Her range of research expertise, based on research experience in both developing and developed countries, uniquely positions her to evaluate and design research for a variety of healthcare settings. Tess is a frequent member of technical teams responsible for developing international guidelines. Her peer-reviewed publications have received in excess of 3000 citations and her ResearchGate score is among the top 5% of ResearchGate members.

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